25 March 2013, Shenzhen, China – ZTE Corporation (“ZTE”) (H share stock code: 0763.HK / A share stock code: 000063.SZ), a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, today announced that it launched a series of e-government livelihood digitalization solutions at 7th e-Gov Africa Forum in Kampala, Uganda.
The solutions launched at the forum included:
· An e-health solution for intelligent hospitals, disease surveillance, telemedicine, and drug supervision. This solution is designed to help governments rapidly deploy and allocate medical resources, monitor diseases nationwide, distribute drugs and respond rapidly to emergencies.
· An e-education solution that uses a cloud platform, multimedia teaching system, remote education system and unified communication technologies to improve the educational infrastructure construction. It also assists with educational resources sharing.
· An intelligent transportation solution that uses advanced cloud computing, information convergence, data communication transmission, remote control, and computer processing technologies to intelligently manage a city's transportation.
· An EID solution that uses RFID technology to carry encrypted personal information safely and efficiently. It can be widely used in population management, banking, healthcare, education, and other fields.
ZTE has strong research and development capability and a deep understanding of government customers’ needs. ZTE’s U-Government solutions help government departments at all levels collaborate more efficiently, and thereby enhance management efficiency and service capabilities. The solutions also use advanced ICT technologies to provide more convenient services to the general public.
ZTE has a long history of providing African nations with technology services. In education, for example, ZTE provided deployment and consulting services on e-education solutions to Egypt, Ethiopia Nigeria, Mozambique, and other countries with great success. In Egypt, ZTE constructed an education network that covers 27 provinces, synchronizes images, voice and data among multimedia classrooms, and allows sharing of high-quality education resources. A total of 700,000 people have used the system, for savings of more than eight million dollars.
"ZTE's e-education solution provides more choices for the education industry,” said ZTE MEA Government and Enterprise Business CTO Mr. Wang Yiwen, “Through use of our flexible and open resource sharing platform, customized educational applications and knowledge service, more students in Africa can conveniently obtain high-quality educational resources.”
ZTE’s e-government solutions have been successfully applied across world. The company’s government and enterprise network businesses cover many industries, such as government, energy, transportation, public utilities, and enterprises.